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Imphobia #2 by imphobia
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release date : april 1992
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This is one great magazine, but the first few magazines lagged a little contentwise.
rulez added on the 2008-06-28 09:56:54 by d3pth d3pth
Imphobia #2

Imphobia #2 (April 1992) did not differ much from the premier issue. The graphics looked quite similar, although there were some differences. For the first time the title logo was painted by Pascal Loef aka PL. There was a new font, which was far more legible than the old one, and there was also a new mouse cursor, which looked better than the previous one. New features that were unique to this issue (they no longer appeared in issue 3) were a background picture behind the text and a short intro scroller before the mag.

The controls were a bit different from the previous issue: Keyboard no longer worked, and line-wise scrolling was no longer supported, just page-wise one. A new feature was that you could print articles.

Content-wise, this issue featured the usual columns like reviews, as well as some new things, such as graphical adverts
and a Front News corner. In the article "Boyz don't cry", Scorpio and a girl named Suzy gave tips for boys who want to get a girlfriend. There were an interview with members of the group Access Denied and a really simple logo drawing tutorial (how to calculate the number of pixels you can spend per letter). A member of the Dutch group Deca had written a reader's letter about the review of their demo, which had been published in the previous issue. Somebody was selling a collection of computer music he had recorded with his Sound Blaster.

All in all, the magazine was still very amateurish and had the aura of a pupils' magazine.
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